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F IFTY -NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 1635. 1907. 961 ` For incidental and contingent expenses, including melter and refiner’s wastage and loss on sale of swee arising from the manufacture of ingots for coinage and wastage anddoss on sale of coiner’s sweeps, fifty thousand dollars. _ MINT sr Nnw Onuzxxs, Louisiana: For superintendent, three N"' °’*°°'“·I·’* thousand five hundred dollars; assayer, melter and reiiner, and coiner, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; chief clerk, and cashier, at two thousand dollars each; assistant assayer, assistant melter and reliner, and assistant coiner, at one thousand nine hundred dollars each; bookkeeper, one thousand six hundred dollars; assistant cashier, one thousand two hundred dollars; private secretary to superintendent, nine hundred dollars; one clerk, one thousand. two hundred dollars; one messen er, nine hundred dollars; one elevator conductor, eight hundred dohars; - in all, twenty-seven thousand three hundred dollars. For wa es of workmen and adjusters, and not exceeding twelve thousand Eve hundred dollars for other clerks and employees, sixty- two thousand eight hundred dollars. _ For incidental and contingent expenses, including machinery, and repairs, wastage of operative officers and loss on sale of sweeps, thirty thousand dollars. _ Mun yr Pumanmnrmaz For superintendent, four thousand five P"“°"°"*"“·*"* hundred dollars; engraver, four thousand dollars; assayer, melter and retiner, and coiner, at three thousand dollars each; c ief clerk, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; assistant assayer, assistant melter and retiner, and assistant coiner, at two thousand dollars each; cashier, and bookkeeper, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; abstract clerk, and weigh clerk, at two thousand dollars each;` cashier’s clerk, warrant clerk, and register of deposits, at one thousand seven hundred dollars each; assistant weigh clerk, and assayer’s computation clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; in all, forty-three thousand five hundred and fifty dollars. For wages of workmen, an adjusters, and not exceeding seventy- eight thousand six hundred and fortly dollars for other c erks and em loyees, four hundred thousand dollars. · _ _ lPor incidental and contingent expenses, including new machinery and repairs, expenses annual assay commission, melters’ and retiners’ wastage, and loss on sale of sweelps arising from the manufacture of ingots for coinage, and wastage an loss on sale of comers’ sweeps, and purchase not exceeding five hundred dollars in value of specimen coins and ores for the cabinet of the mint, eighty-five thousand dollars, Sm Fm l C I Mmr AT SAN Fnwcisco, Cnrronumz For superintendent, four °“°°· ‘ thousand five hundred dollars; assayer, melter and retiner, and coiner, at three thousand dollars each; chief clerk and cashier, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; bookkeeper, abstract clerk, warrant clerk, assistant assayer, assistant melter and retiner, assistant coiner, weigh clerk, and register of deposits, at two thousand dollars each; cashier’s clerk, one thousand eig t hundred dollars; assayer’s computation clerk, assistant weigh clerk, and super1ntend_ent’s calculating clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; in all, forty-one thousand one hundred dollars. _ For wa es of workmen and adjusters, and not exceeding forty thousand dollars for other clerks and employees, one hundred and sixtyhve thousand dollars. _ _ _ For incidental and contingent expenses, including new machinery, melter and reliners’ wastage, and loss on sale of sweeps, arising from the manufacture of ingots foncoinage, and wastage of, and oss on sale of, coiners’ sweeps, forty-hve thousand dollars, Home mum Assn 0FF1cr·: AT Boise, IDAHO: For assayer, who shall also perform * the duties of melter, two thousand dollars; chief clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; in all, three thousand four hundred dollars. von xxxrv, rr 1--61 `